Any baseball player knows the time and energy that goes into picking a walk-up song.
It has to be perfect. Fans should be entertained. It should put you in the right mindset to succeed. Golfers will have that some opportunity at Web.com's Digital Ally Open this weekend, where on the 17th hole, players will be able to choose their own walk-up music. Scott Langley posted the form below on Twitter:
Taking suggestions for my walk up song for 17th hole this week in KC. Give me some good sounds! pic.twitter.com/qJUnCoVAZZ— Scott Langley (@Scott_Langley) July 26, 2017
There is a twist, however -- only the golfer who’s closest to the pin will have their music played. Appropriate songs only, as the form indicates.
For the musically inclined at this weekend’s event, there is more at stake on the 17th hole than your typical par-3.
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